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GreenFrogg "My PPD42NS was lost with an attempt to update the sofware. I use now the SDS011 from hackair. " | Read more » almost 6 years ago
GreenFrogg "https://www.samenmetenaanluchtkwaliteit.nl/international and https://platform.hackair.eu/ and http://smartemission.ruhosting.nl/visitors/ " | Read more » almost 6 years ago
stevie "Hey @GreenFrogg what's the project you're working on now? I haven't heard of it. Where are you testing it out? " | Read more » almost 6 years ago
GreenFrogg "If its still a point. From my archive. The project I am involved in has changed to the SDS011. " | Read more » almost 6 years ago
jiteovien " " | Read more » almost 6 years ago
warren "Maybe @GreenFrogg might also have an idea? @jitovien could you post a pic of the case open as you received it in the mail? " | Read more » almost 6 years ago
xose "Hi! As I understand the sensor needs to be vertical and inside a ventilated dark case but I'm not sooooo sure. " | Read more » almost 6 years ago
jiteovien "Question for @Schroyer , @Willie , @imvec , @nanocastro , @jefffalk or anyone else who is able to answer this question - I understand that the Shin..." | Read more » almost 6 years ago
tuczap "I'm using thingspeak to post my data online as Xively is not free anymore or at least you can't use free account to post all this data online. I'v..." | Read more » over 7 years ago
MeganKierstead "@schroyer Putting together my own DustDuino now and heads up, the personal Xively data hosting is buggy as all hell now. Can't even get past creati..." | Read more » over 8 years ago
warren "@mathew wrote a great overview of lots of different ways that different projects/sensors measure particulates: http://publiclab.org/notes/mathew/05..." | Read more » about 9 years ago
nikmhanif "Hey guys. I'm building a similar system, but instead of Shinyei PPD-42, I am using SHARP GP2Y1010AU0F dust sensor. However, I am not sure whether t..." | Read more » about 9 years ago
mathew "right above "Step 1" is a paragraph with links to the stores where parts are available. " | Read more » over 9 years ago
Paolo "Hi guys! I'm Italian and i'd like to build a Dustduino... How can I find the components of the Dustduino? " | Read more » over 9 years ago
stevie "Hi Matthew! Can I use the picture of the Dustduino in a presentation I'm giving on Wednesday? Hope all is well, did you get any sent off to Wiscons..." | Read more » almost 10 years ago
mathew "The Speck team indicates that airflow is a big issue. they're controlling with a fan. If I move the Speck around just a little bit the values cha..." | Read more » about 10 years ago
donblair "Thinking about this a bit further: when determining particle counts, is the "% low pulse occupancy time" technique relatively insensitive to tempe..." | Read more » about 10 years ago
willie "Awesome commentary here. By popular demand: a dustduino wiki page: http://publiclab.org/wiki/dustduino Got to give the people...give the people ..." | Read more » about 10 years ago
donblair "Hi Folks! Great comment thread here. Just following up on Schroyer's lead: the github code had a nice link, in a commented section, to a useful ..." | Read more » over 10 years ago
Schroyer "Hi Warren, The Syhitech looks neat, especially for the price point, but I would like to see more peer-reviewed studies to confirm how well the sen..." | Read more » over 10 years ago
warren "Is reading from the Shenyei really as easy as this? valP1 = digitalRead(8); valP2 = digitalRead(9); What do the values represent, or how do you ..." | Read more » over 10 years ago
warren "So I think the sensor the Speck is using, the "Syhitech DSM501A" (http://publiclab.org/notes/chrisbartley/04-15-2014/speck-particle-monitor) is ~$2..." | Read more » over 10 years ago
warren "Willie just posted a followup about a field-test of the optical sensor component: http://publiclab.org/notes/Willie/04-01-2014/field-testing-the-sh..." | Read more » over 10 years ago
Schroyer "Hi eustatic, The particulates sensor being used for the DustDuino could not identify the composition of the particulate matter, but indeed could b..." | Read more » over 10 years ago